Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!!!
Can you believe it is 2020?! Not only do we have a brand New Year ahead of us … we have a NEW DECADE! We’ve said goodbye to 2019, and we’re launching into 2020 with fresh energy. This is YOUR YEAR.
Are you ready to get FOCUSED?
Here’s a great mind exercise that can set the tone for your entire YEAR!
Take a few minutes to think about how you really want to live this year … What word describes how you want to feel in 2020? What do you want to work on … or what inspires you? What changes do you want to make?
Some possible words might come to mind as you consider all this:
Strong – Joyful – Connected – Resilient – Brave – Renewed – Grateful – Faithful – Peaceful – Loving – Inspiring – Confident – Present – Happy – Healthy – Fit – Calm…
Your job is to pick JUST ONE WORD that resonates with you, and make it your mantra for the year!
It doesn’t have to be a word from the list above – this word should be unique to YOU. It should evoke an emotion within you – inspiration, relief, clarity – because of the meaning it carries for you.
This word will be in your thoughts and actions every single day.
Use it to clarify the decisions you’ll make, the actions you’ll take … and even how you view the people around you.
It’s incredible how ONE WORD can give a specific intention to everything you do. This will help you be more present and “in the moment.”:
Look at your word first thing when you wake up in the morning, and when you go to sleep at night.
Post it on your desk.
Make it your screensaver (on your phone & computer!)
Repeat it a couple times a day
This habit can fall by the wayside after a few days, so keep those reminders posted!
One reason this is such an effective practice is that it’s SIMPLE. It’s JUST ONE WORD. Let’s make 2020 a year to remember.
You can find emails and tips just like these when you join our New Years Bootcamps – We are focused on inspiring and motivating you to keep you goal setting all year long.
See you in the studio!
The Elevate Team
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